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Flower Mound High School's student-led newspaper

FMHS Wire

Emma Santos

Emma Santos, Staff Writer

Whenever Emma Santos does something, she puts her whole life into it. She leads an active life, flexing at the gym at 4:00 am, and with a background in competition dance and classical ballet, she’s currently honoring that vitality as a Rosette. That makes sense, as although she claims to be less interested in STEM than her cardiologist father and nurse mother, she keeps both her own health and that of our environment in the forefront of her mind. Emma plans to pursue fashion merchandising after high school, with a focus on sustainability in the industry. She hopes to do that somewhere walkable like Roma Norte in Mexico City, where she can more often appreciate the outdoors. Emma is a junior, and this is her first year with FM Wire.



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Zoe Jung, 11, holds her newest ceramic piece, a large toilet, for her AP art portfolio. Jung’s toilet is symbolic of the government, with the tank and bowl representing the government and population respectively. “[My AP art portfolio] is kind of small right now because I kind of take my time with my work.”

The Politics Behind a Toilet Bowl

Emma Santos, Staff Writer
October 11, 2023
Laura Norman (12) and Ruben Beest (11) at the Flower Mound football game against Fossil Ridge. The Jags’ first game of the season was also the visiting students’ Norman and Beest’s first Texan football game.

An Opportunity for exChange

Emma Santos, Staff Editor
September 1, 2023
Collin Rittenberry (12) celebrates on the field during the Jag win.

The Heat Is On

Emma Santos, Staff Writer
August 28, 2023
Criticism

Criticism

Emma Santos, Staff Writer
August 21, 2023
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